Attack, Drop

Cardiogenic Syncope

Cardiogenic Syncopes

Carotid Sinus Syncope

Carotid Sinus Syncopes

Convulsive Syncope

Convulsive Syncopes

Deglutitional Syncope

Deglutitional Syncopes

Drop Attack

Drop Attacks

Effort Syncope

Effort Syncopes

Episode, Syncopal


Hyperventilation Syncope

Hyperventilation Syncopes

Micturition Syncope

Micturition Syncopes

Postural Syncope

Postural Syncopes



Situational Syncope

Situational Syncopes

Stokes-Adams Syncope

Stokes-Adams Syncopes

Syncopal Episode

Syncopal Episodes

Syncopal Vertigo

Syncope, Cardiogenic

Syncope, Carotid Sinus

Syncope, Convulsive

Syncope, Deglutitional

Syncope, Effort

Syncope, Hyperventilation

Syncope, Micturition

Syncope, Postural

Syncope, Situational

Syncope, Stokes Adams

Syncope, Stokes-Adams

Syncope, Tussive


Syncopes, Cardiogenic

Syncopes, Carotid Sinus

Syncopes, Convulsive

Syncopes, Deglutitional

Syncopes, Effort

Syncopes, Hyperventilation

Syncopes, Micturition

Syncopes, Postural

Syncopes, Situational

Syncopes, Stokes-Adams

Syncopes, Tussive

Tussive Syncope

Tussive Syncopes

Vertigo, Syncopal

Vertigos, Syncopal

A transient loss of consciousness and postural tone caused by diminished blood flow to the brain (i.e., BRAIN ISCHEMIA). Presyncope refers to the sensation of lightheadedness and loss of strength that precedes a syncopal event or accompanies an incomplete syncope. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, pp367-9)